Recently I had to cut a series of evenly spaced dadoes across the sides of some small display shelves I was making. I wanted to make the dadoes on my router table, and I needed a way to space them evenly. That is when I came up with the idea for an auxiliary router table fitted with an index pin as shown in the photo.
…we have not drawn up detailed plans for this saw support. However, it is a fairly simple workbench to build.
Direct link to PDF. In vain having looked for on Internet the free plans of a correct loom, we decided to realize them and to supply them to you ourselves… One of our weaving looms, is a Scandinavian type but realized in France in the years 1980-1985. Inspired by the Swedish looms Glymakra, widely diffused in Europe, this loom brings them important improvements, in particular concerning the back and front rollers.
Everyone enjoys the look and feel of fine wood furniture. Click here to view how to build an end table.
… I dug out an old compass saw blade that had the right taper and put a scraping edge on its backside while Richard turned a hardwood stock to the same taper. Between us, it took about 1-1/2 hours. I still use this tapered reamer tool. The price is right, the effort minimal, and you can make a reamer of whatever length, bore, and taper you need.